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  • Bucks County River Country

    Tubing, canoeing, rafting and kayaking on the Delaware

    Tubing, canoeing, rafting and kayaking trips down the scenic Delaware River

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  • Central Perkiomen Valley Park

    More than 800 acres along the Perkiomen Creek

    More than 800 acres along the Perkiomen Creek

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  • Core Creek Park

    A lakeside oasis amid suburban Bucks County

    A lakeside oasis amid suburban Bucks County

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  • Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor

    A 165-mile trail connecting waterways, rails and trails along a historic railroad path

    A 165-mile trail connecting waterways, rails and trails along a historic railroad path

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  • Delaware Canal State Park

    The only remaining continuously intact canal of the great towpath canal building era

    Delaware Canal State Park

    Stroll through a stretch of American history at Delaware Canal State Park, a 60-mile linear park along the Delaware River from Easton to Bristol. Once trod by mule teams pulling cargo-laden boats along the canal, the towpath is used today by people looking for exercise and recreation.

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  • Delaware River Fly Fishing Service

    Full, half-day and overnight fly fishing adventures on the Delaware River

    Full, half-day and overnight fly fishing adventures on the Delaware River.

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  • Evansburg State Park

    Green space and natural solitude along the banks of Skippack Creek

    A mix of cropland, meadows, old fields and mature woodlands, Evansburg State Park offers a chance to relax in the tranquility of the natural world — a welcome respite amid the growth of surrounding communities in Montgomery County.

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  • Fairmount Park

    One of the world’s largest city park systems

    Biking riding through Fairmount Park

    With more than 9,200 acres of rolling hills, gentle trails, relaxing waterfront and shaded woodlands, Fairmount Park keeps a wealth of natural landscapes within easy reach of all city residents.

    You can take a stroll, head out for an afternoon of softball, organized frisbee or pier-side fishing, or just settle in for a family picnic. There are miles of trails for horseback riding, off-road cycling and deep-woods hiking, yet there are also tours of historic mansions, Japanese tea ceremonies and outdoor concerts. Three environmental centers, as well as a wildlife refuge treatment center, help bring the natural world to life for adults as well as children.

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  • Fort Washington State Park

    George Washington’s one-time fort is now a bird watching haven

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  • Green Lane Park

    Overnight equestrian camping amid wooded trails and gorgeous views

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  • Mainstream Outfitters

    Full or half-day guided fishing trips

    Get the most out of your fishing trip with a little help from experienced guides. Whether it’s trout or bass, salt or freshwater, Mainstream Outfitters can help you find your fish with one of their guided fishing trips.

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  • Neshaminy State Park

    A tidal estuary along the banks of Neshaminy Creek, more than 100 miles upriver from the Delaware Bay

    A tidal estuary along the banks of Neshaminy Creek, more than 100 miles upriver from the Delaware Bay

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  • Nockamixon State Park

    The largest lake in Southeastern Pennsylvania, accompanied by a 5,283-acre park

    Lake Nockamixon State Park

    Offering more than 1,450 acres and four public launching areas, Lake Nockamixon is a popular spot for boating of all kinds, including catamarans and windsurfers. Anglers also enjoy this warm, expansive water lake, which is stocked with a variety of species.

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  • Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center

    Dedicated to helping people develop a sound environmental ethic

    An environmental center amidst more than 665 acres of deciduous woodlands and coniferous plantations

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  • Peace Valley Park

    Lake Galena, at 365 acres, is a favorite recreational spot

    Lake Galena, at 365 acres, is a favorite recreational spot

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  • Ralph Stover State Park

    Rock Climbing and whitewater hotspot in this park along Tohickon Creek

    Rock Climbing and whitewater hotspot in this park along Tohickon Creek

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  • Ridley Creek State Park

    More than 2,600 acres of gently rolling woodlands and meadows

    More than 2,600 acres of gently rolling woodlands and meadows

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